Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Under the old painted walls inside they discovered medieval paintings on the walls which showed people who had travelled from all over the country to visit a statue at the Abbey which was supposed to have special healing powers. It is now being reroofed and has a listed grade 1 building status to protect it for future generations. The weirdest thing on the site was a carved monk who you wouldn't want to walk up to on a dark night.
We then drove ...
... it ourselves. We moored in Marlow, took a walk around for about two hours. John and I went from place to place looking for free wifi. Most places have but not all work. We met up with Sean and Ann and had a pub supper, fish and chips, at a pub called the King George. Food and beers are very expensive. Wine is even more pricey. We also bought cheese, milk, eggs, a few salad things, savory biscuits. So we normally make breakfast on the boat consisting of scrambled eggs and ...
I have to write a paper tonight (yeah I am still in school ew) so my post (should) be a little shorter tonight.
First off...a random fact I learned and forgot about last night!
- "Gargoyles" is a very misleading title. We normally associate gargoyles with those scary things perched on top of buildings. In actuality, it is only a gargoyle if it is attached to a drain pipe and water comes out of its mouth. They are named gargoyles because of ...
Welcome to the madhouse! Nickii runing around moaning about cleaning the house and not packing the bags. Ben still in his PJ's watching batman. I just want to get the hell out of Milton Keynes and start my holiday. hopefully be away early this afternoon ...
... maths (of course) full time at her local high school and while enjoying her work finds it frustrating that teachers on this side of the world are cultivating non-thinkers as well. I had to agree that it is something that we as teachers can all do better. We donned our warm jackets and headed off for a lovely guided tour of Olney. Which took us about 45 minutes lol… as you might guess, Olney is not a veritable metropolis. Michele was a great guide, took us over ...